I hate to admit it, but I am with a mobile carrier that limits my data. Sure, I would love to be on a plan where I had unlimited data, but unfortunately that isn’t an option with the company I am using right now. So, I have to be careful and monitor how much data I am using and adjust my behavior accordingly.
Just when I thought I had everything figured out and my data was rationed appropriately, something happened that really threw a wrench into things: Facebook started autoplaying vidoes.
Now, I thought that it would be a feature that they would test and let go, but after a few weeks of noticing this problem, I knew that I had to do something about it – if I was to pass over my data limit on my mobile phone plan it would get very expensive.
I knew that there had to be a tutorial on how to stop Facebook video autoplay, and sure enough I was able to find one over on GeeksFramework.com. It is a great resource for tutorials and news that geeks would find informative, and they had the easiest instructions that I had ever seen for shutting off the autoplay videos.
That little tutorial helped me out immensely.
If you are having issues relating to Facebook videos playing automatically on your phone, you can learn how to stop it by heading over to http://geeksframework.com/